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Travelodge
Flagstaff, AZ
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Route 66Check out the familiar sign for the Travelodge chain of motels. This Travelodge was found in Flagstaff, AZ.

Check out the close up look at the Travelodge sign on top of the roof. I believe this motel is now gone but need to confirm. 09-21

 

 

Tourist home sign
Flagstaff, AZ
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Motel
Flagstaff, AZ
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Route 66Check out this Tourist Home sign in Flagstaff, AZ. The colors on this old sign are really cool to see. 09-21 Route 66This classic motel is located off Route 66 in Flagstaff, AZ. I can't quite remember the name of this place anymore. 09-21

 

 

The Westerner Motel
Williams, AZ
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Route 66Visit Williams, AZ and the old Route 66 in town, you will come across the Westerner Motel on the left side of the street as you head east. The Westerner Motel still looks pretty much the same these days as it did back when this photo was taken. 09-21

A couple of views of the Westerner Motel

 

 

Whispering Winds Motel
Flagstaff, AZ
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Route 66The Whispering Winds Motel is a mid-century modern motel that features both a cool sign and modern looking motel. Back in 2000, the motel sign proudly proclaimed that it was American owned and offered TV, phone, and kitchens to its guests. The motel looked to be in decent shape from the outside, though I never stayed there. The motel opened in 1964.

Apparently new ownership came in 2020 and the motel is in the process of restoring itself back to its original theming. It would be good to see a renewed Whispering Winds Motel off the old 66. 09-21

 

The fenced off Whispering Winds Motel
Flagstaff, AZ
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More photos are below.

The colorful mid-century look
Flagstaff, AZ
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The motel
Flagstaff, AZ
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Barker Apartments (Closed)
Truxton, AZ
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Best Inn (Gone)
Winslow, AZ
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Route 66Check out the old faded sign for the Barker Apartments in Truxton, AZ The Barker Apartments opened in 1953 by Ray and Mildred Barker who also later bought the Frontier Motel in town. On one side of the sign the Lazy Z Motel lettering could be barely seen. Not sure if this once the Lazy Z Motel. 09-21 Route 66Check out this sign for the Best Inn in Winslow, AZ. Not sure when this sign disappeared. The sign advertised a great del of 2 for $20 as well as a bunch of other amenities for travelers looking for a deal off of Route 66. 09-21

 

 

Chalet Lodge(Closed)
Flagstaff, AZ
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Route 66Flagstaff, AZ is home to the Chalet Lodge. Check out the A-frame on this motel building.

This used to be part of the Hyatt chain as the Hyatt Chalet Lodge back in the day. The motel was built in 1960. Today the motel is home to the America's Best Value Inn & Suite. The Hyatt name used to adorn the top of the sign. 09-21

 

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